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MotoGP makes yellow flag rules change for Andalusian Grand Prix

MotoGP has made a change to its yellow flag rules ahead of this weekend's Andalusian Grand Prix following last week's Spanish GP. In FP3 on Saturday morning, Marc Marquez had a run-in with Alex Rins in the closing stages at Turn 3 and 4 after the Honda rider lifted off on the racing line while Rins was on a flying lap. The incident was investigated, but Marquez was cleared of any wrongdoing as he was reacting to yellow flags in the sector for Iker Lecuona's crash at Turn 2. In qualifying, several riders - including poleman Fabio Quartararo - improved on their laptimes right at the end of the session despite crashes for Jack Miller and Rins at the fast Turn 11 right-hander. This prompted a...
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